The ASVAB CEP is the only comprehensive and completely FREE career planning resource that
empowers students nationwide to align their strengths and interests with a postsecondary
plan that works.
Components of the ASVAB CEP:
- The ASVAB is an aptitude test that estimates your capacity for academic and vocational endeavors.
- Find Your Interest (FYI) is an interest inventory that measures your work-related interests
- The career exploration tools include:
OCCU-Find, a catalog of careers with job-related information all geared toward helping students identify satisfying occupations.
My Portfolio, a customizable resume-like document designed to help you chart and share your plans and accomplishments.
My Educational and Career Plans, a guided exercise to encourage you to explore occupations based on your interests, achievements and favorite experiences, make initial career plans, and evaluate current and future programs of study.
My Coursework Planner, an activity to help you determine remaining coursework requirements for entry into occupations of interest.
Classroom Activities, a collection of materials to help you connect what you are learning in the classroom to the real world.
- a comprehensive online resource powered by the ASVAB CEP that allows students to discover extensive details about military career opportunities across all services, their service-specific ASVAB line scores, and the jobs offered by each service.
The ASVAB CEP is sponsored by the Department of Defense with a two part mission: provide a career exploration service to U.S. youth and provide qualified leads to military recruiters. Recruiter leads are only released with the school’s approval.
The CEP is offered at no cost to participating high schools as a public service. The ASVAB CEP helped more than 3.5 million participants in the last five years to accurately identify their strengths. Participation is always voluntary and participants have no obligation to the military or to speak to a recruiter.